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Altitude is back

Altitude Sports television network has agreed to allow DirecTV to show its programming. Fans of Colorado sports can again enjoy the NBA Denver Nuggets, NHL Colorado Avalanche, University of Denver Pioneers, MLS Colorado Rapids, National Lacrosse League Colorado Mammoth and other sports. We’re pleased that we were able to reach agreement for our customers. For more information about your account & available programming lineups and credits – please contact us at 800.531.5000.

To football fans

Football season is here, and many games will be broadcast on channels NOT impacted by current negotiations. Use these links to find out which channels are carrying upcoming games.
College football schedule >
Professional football schedule >

For ESPN Classic fans

On November 30, our rights to carry ESPN Classic expire. As the cost of sports content continues to rise, few distributors now offer ESPN Classic. Instead of game repeats, they are focusing on live competition. AT&T continues to offer popular regional, national, and international sports events with major teams, conferences, and pro franchises. We regret any inconvenience.

Wisconsin consumers affected by this programming change: As a consumer with service in Wisconsin, you may cancel any television programming offering affected by this programming change, without incurring an early termination fee, disconnect fee, or change of service fee. To cancel, call 1-800-288-2020 by December 31, 2019.

What we believe

You should have more choice when it comes to your TV, including which channels you want to keep in your lineup. And you should have more control over when, where, and on what devices you watch.

Why TV prices can go up

We pay programmers for the right to provide the channels you watch. Regrettably, many will threaten to remove their content from your lineup to try and collect more money for the same programs.

Higher programming fees are the single greatest contributor to rising TV costs, and channel owners will continue to use blackouts as a strategy to get more money for the programs you already enjoy.

Where things stand

We want to deliver the content you want at a value that makes sense to you. We’re working hard to make sure the channels you care about most stay available for you.